3DVista Stitcher, like the other 3DVista products, has a lot of hidden power. When the program is first run you're given six different pano project types to select from: multi-shot single row, Circular fisheyes, semi-circular (cropped) fisheyes, full frame fisheyes and ultra wide angle, single shot donut, and cubic. This is the ONLY program I have seen that supports all these options.
Each selection brings up more options. Select �circular fisheye� and you�re asked if it�s for a Nikon converter or Raynox converter. Next you�re asked if you are using one, two, or three images. Next you select the images, then specify an automatic resize (you can stay with 100%.)
After the images load, you can adjust brightness, contrast, saturation and gamma. You can also rotate images, correct pitch, color correct automatically and force the FOV (so even if it�s not a Nikon or Raynox, you can manually set this.) Stitching can be automatic or manual.
The �automatic� mode, like all the others I have seen, needs some help with the final product. This is done with a visual image adjuster, where you your mouse over an image, and it�s rewarped live.
The program also allows you to load and size your �tripod� and �ceiling� caps. Finally you set the image quality and save it (.JPG is the only save option.)
Overall it�s a good, very solid program, albeit expensive.